The euro fell against the dollar in European deals on Tuesday as investors awaited fresh details on Greece's plans to resolve the nation's debt crisis, analysts said.
In morning deals here, the European single currency slid to 1.3592 dollars from 1.3631 dollars late in New York on Monday.
Against the Japanese currency, the dollar sank to 89.76 yen from 90.27 yen on Monday.
Persistent uncertainty over Greece's debt crisis weighed on European currencies as investors waited for specific measures on tackling the eurozone member's public deficit woes, dealers said.
Traders were cautious before talks between Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou and US President Barack Obama, after the Greek leader raised concerns that speculators were undermining efforts to overcome a debt crisis.
Papandreou urged the United States to crack down on currency speculators amid reports that some US funds have placed big bearish bets against the euro.